Are you playing yourself with Playing Rock Paper Scissors against a Mirror?

Julie Le Brun stares deeply into the known with Playing Rock Paper Scissors against a Mirror. The reflection always appears to be the same. Yet the reflection is always inaccurate. Done with such vigor there is an uncertainty. Stare into the reflection for too long and subtle shifts begin. Few ever manage to look at a mirror and laugh. An impossible thing the reflection has a stoicism to it, rarely even mustering a small smile. Who is to know if playing Rock Paper Scissors against oneself is doable and who could ever be the winner in that zero-sum game?

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